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An amalgamation of programs
The GEO department offers seven majors, one education program major, and five minors.
Historical and structural geology, mineralogy, geomorphology and petrology.
Geology introduction, mineralogy, geomorphology, geochemistry, environmental geology, sedimentation and stratigraphy.
Historical and structural geology, mineralogy, geomorphology, environmental geology, biology and chemistry courses, environmental studies cognates and advanced geology electives.
Earth systems, cultural and urban geography, global economy, geomorphology and Geographic Information Systems.
Biology introduction, environmental and resource economics, environment and society, earth systems, cartography and American public policy.
Areas of elementary and secondary education certification in the GEO department.
Geology, geography, environmental studies, and more.